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Prototypes, residential treatment program in Pomona, California, is part of the Second Chance Women’s Re-entry Court program, one of the first in the U.S. to focus on women. It offers a cost-saving alternative to prison for women who plead guilty to non-violent crimes and volunteer for treatment. Of the 297 women who have been through the court since 2007, 100 have graduated, and only 35 have been returned to state prison.
A ceremony was held commemorating the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings on Boylston Street, Apri
ROYAL OAK (AP) — A surgeon at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak plans to perform a procedure Tuesday that will begin
Three dead, at least 17 in critical condition and more than 100 others injured after two explosions interrupted the
A total lunar eclipse and “blood moon” was visible across much of the United States early Tuesday morni
The Ukrainian government declared it would deploy armed forces to quash an increasingly bold pro-Russian insurgency